Review | KeraCare Humecto Creme Conditioner

Tuesday, 21 July 2015


Conditioners are my favourite products to use to help hydrate my thirsty strands and recently I've been reaching for the KeraCare Humecto Creme Conditioner (£6.15/234g)* most when my hair is looking lacklustre.


It's fair to say that I hugely underestimated this conditioner initially. I love thick, buttery and intensive hair masks as they're usually the only types of products which can make a noticeable and lasting difference to my hair. I assumed this product wouldn't really have the impact I wanted as it looks like a regular conditioner so it sat unused in my hair stash for a long time. My deep conditioners were running low (despite having several on hand at once) which made me use this and it works so well. I've used this conditioner quite a few times now and it consistently leaves my hair super soft and smooth.

The formula includes various plant extracts, including Ivy, Garlic, Chamomile and Rosemary which is supposed to revive dry brittle hair and gives the conditioner a sweet floral scent. The ingredients include silicones too which are probably responsible for giving my strands lasting smoothness after the product has been rinsed out. I tend to use this post-shampoo leaving it on for roughly 15 minutes with a shower cap. The formula is fairly runny which makes it really easy to smooth through damp hair. The product has a lot of 'slip' too so I can ease out any tangles that were created during the shampoo process.


The bottle is quite small and it's very easy to get through a lot of product with each wash but other than that I can't find much fault with this conditioner. This is actually one of the more affordable conditioners KeraCare has and whilst it is still a bit pricey compared to some other brands the results it gives my hair would make the cost worth it. I have so many conditioners I love already but I will be buying this when it runs out.

*sample - read my disclaimer here.

What conditioners do you like to use?

Lesley x

12 comments:

  1. Seems like a fairly good product !

    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  2. Been using this conditioner for a long time, over a year consistently, and I really like it paired with the shampoo

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    1. Thank you for commenting Carla. I've got the shampoo but haven't tried it yet so it's good to hear you like it x

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  3. I had used this conditioner in the beginning of my journey and it worked great. I don't buy it anymore though because I've found cheaper conditioners, like Trader Joe's Nourish Spa.

    http://pocahontas-secrets.blogspot.com

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    1. It is pretty pricey, glad to hear your experience was positive too x

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  4. This conditioner has been on my wish list for a long time. Nothing but great reviews

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    1. I really didn't think it would live up to the hype, but pleasantly surprised x

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  5. I'm going to have to add this to my wishlist too. I'm currently using up what's under the sink to strip back routines but it never hurts to add something new at times xo

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    1. Definitely! I need to clear out my hair stash soon, it's embarrassingly large currently! x

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  6. My all time favorite is pantene for natural deep conditioner. I use it as a regular conditioner. This stuff literally saved my life.

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    1. Oooh I've never tried pantene but always hear good things! x

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